|Edward Spannaus (#47461360)|
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Edward Wise Spannaus of Lovettsville, Loudoun County, Virginia, is Vice-president of the Lovettsville Historical Society, and is a Trustee of the Lovettsville Union Cemetery Company.|
My ancestors on my mother's side were 18th century emigrants from the Palatinate who first came to Pennsylvania and then Maryland; on my father's side they were 19th century emigrants from Thuringen and also from north Germany, who first came to Wisconsin and Minnesota.
I have been married to Nancy Ellen Bradeen since 1968; her Bradeen ancestors of Maine, arrived in Massachusetts around 1650, and worked in the famous Saugus iron works.
In the Spring of 2012, I was involved in organizing the 150th Anniversary Reunion of Loudoun Ranger descendants. The Independent Loudoun Virginia Rangers were the only military unit from Confederate Virginia to fight with the United States Army in the Civil War. In the course of this, Jen Snoots and I were able to add many more burials to her Loudoun Ranger virtual cemetery, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=vcsr&GSvcid=45269
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|Donald Kirkpatrick||RE: Alma Payne|
Thank you. I have removed the request. Thank you.
|Shelley Kinsey Adams||Maria Wirtz|
That is her alright, making her my 6th great grandmother.Wish our family had a fund that we all contributed to to buy these kinds of things for those that no longer have them!
Thank you so much for looking for us!
|Micah ||Eliza Bull|
She was born 1845
Added by Micah on Apr 01, 2013 9:28 PM
|neptune-klm||RE: Jacob and Anna Steinbrenner|
Thanks for looking!
|JGM||James Henry Cole|
Thank you for the additional information on James Henry Cole, interred at Mount Olivet Methodist, Lovettsville, VA. He was my 3x great-grandfather.
Added by JGM on Jan 14, 2013 9:04 AM
Dr Thomas Hodge McGavack
Freda Wicks McGavack
Many thanks for finding the graves of Thomas and Freda McGavack and for taking the photos.
It is very much appreciated!
|Gina ||RE: Rev. F.A. Patterson|
Just a note. The date for Reverand Patterson's death is the same as your Patterson. I have documented that date from the marker and the photo. I So the date is correct. However, I did not personally document his military service. So, I would definitely follow up with the Historical Society of Carroll County GA.
Added by Gina on Nov 25, 2012 7:44 AM
|Gina ||RE: Rev. F.A. Patterson|
This is documented as described in the memorial.
They may be related but are not the same person.
The above is link to the West Georgia Regional Library.
If you click on the Pines Catatog and request Known Confederate Burials Carroll County, the location in special collections wil be given. The historical society has someone in the Special Collection's Room during the week. They may be able to research your name for you.
It most likely is a relative. The Concord Methodist is down the street from me. I can assure you from my personal survey all marked graves have been entered into Find A Grave. The Carroll County Cemetery Volumes have also surveyed the area every few years since the 1980's. There is no other Patterson with exact initial's.
Added by Gina on Nov 25, 2012 7:30 AM
|Ken and Jill Hunt||Derry|
Thank you so much for the photo.
|Maria Raymond||RE: Lovettsville Old Presbyterian|
Hi Edward, You're terrific! Would you contact email@example.com and let her know what you found? I'm sure you can transfer the pix to her w/out going thru me. Thanks again, MariaElena
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